In tonight’s episode of Fairly Legal , called “Kiss Me Kate,” Kate really, really pissed me off. I’m sorry to be crass but there’s really no better way to put that. Kate is asked by judge Nicastro to mediate a contract negotiation between the union more
While last week's Fairly Lega l annoyed me, " Ripple of Hope " almost had me in tears.
Finally, Kate was actually negotiating. It's felt like she hasn't done much of that this season. With most of her cases it's been as though she's picked a side. With more
You know, I’m starting to think I should keep track of the amount of TV shows that have made me throw out the entire book of notes I write throughout the episode because of something they do in the last minutes. If I did have such a more
" Teenage Wasteland " brought Kate back to the Hell which is high school.
The case went back an forth so much it made my head spin as Kate was wrong as much as she was right.
Kate was the only one asking Eliza to tell her story which was a def more
In this episode of Fairly Legal , called “Teenage Wasteland,” Kate is asked to help out an old friend at her old school. Her former BFF is headmistress at Burgess Hall, a school that they both used to hate and now there’s a student there who’s been more
No one's exactly " What They Seem " on this hour of Fairly Legal . Whatever impressions I may have walked away with from last week's episode were twisted in a way I hadn't expected.
Starting with Lauren. When she tried to explain to Justin that she acc more
In tonight’s episode of Fairly Legal , not too many things (or people) are what they seem. So I guess it makes sense that the title of the ep was “What They Seem.” First up, Ben asks for Kate’s help with a case, not because he really wants her to do more
Where is the line between caring and becoming too emotionally involved? When does being impulsive turn into being a hot head. " Gimme Shelter " had me asking these questions as I watched Kate Reed deal with a curve ball she didn't expect.
In last week' more